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  • Georgia’s Journey in India – Part 4

    DAY 18 – Gathra Sundareswarar Koil, Kanjanagaram – Krittika Gathra Sundareswarar Koil is for Krittika Nakshatra which is my birth star. It is a special blessing to pray and make offerings at the temple…

    November 12, 2019
  • Georgia’s Journey in India – Part 1

    Aloha, India! I flew from the Big Island of Hawaii through Honolulu, Osaka, Singapore and then into Chennai. To break it up a bit, I overnighted in both Osaka and Singapore. I took off…

    November 12, 2019
  • Georgia’s Journey in India – Part 2

    DAY 6 – Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple, Thirupparankundram – Ashlesha Today is a very special day to visit the Ashlesha Temple as it is Ashlesha nakshatra. Ashlesha translates to the word Naga (meaning snake).…

    November 12, 2019
  • Georgia’s Journey in India – Part 3

    DAY 11 – Sahasra Lakshmeeswarar Koil, Pudukkottai – Uttara Bhadra This temple is where Goddess Lakshmi worshipped Lord Shiva with 1000 lotuses and is called Sahasra Lakshmeeswarar because Sahasram means 1000. Sages Agir Budhan,…

    November 12, 2019
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    7 WAYS YOU CAN CELEBRATE SUMMER SOLSTICE

    The summer solstice is a time with powerful energies of the longest day of the year. The sun and Earth align in a way to assist the growth of all things to come to…

    June 13, 2019
  • The 2nd Andes Summit

    The 2nd Shamanic Andes Summit – June 15th – 23, 2019 – Ecuador  Discover centuries of deep wisdom for transforming your energy, expanding your vitality and creating a new heart-centered way of experiencing our…

    December 31, 2018
  • Healing Journeys – Reflections on the film VOICES THAT HEAL

    With good reason, the Peruvian Magazine Caretas called the film “audiovisual therapy”. Co-directed by Delia Ackerman and Heather Greer, VOICES THAT HEAL brings us into the life of a traditional Shipibo shaman, Herlinda Agustín,…

    July 21, 2018
  • Abelardo Receives the Nusta Karpay

    Recently our good friend and master shamanic artisan, Abelardo Mirano Chara, created a new Nusta Khyua (sacred initiation stone) to honor the feminine huacas (sacred places) of Peru & Bolivia after receiving the Nusta…

    May 21, 2018
  • Amethyst: Meaning, Properties and Powers

    Amethyst: Meaning, Properties and Powers by Caroline Lucas In the ranks of crystals with metaphysical properties, few are as famous or as distinctive as amethyst. One of very few stones with its unique purple…

    February 19, 2018
  • Landing in the Island of Gods

    “Om swastiastu!” He begins his story with a Balinese greeting which roughly means “Peace and Greetings from God” or “May Health be Upon You.” According to him, it was love at first sight when…

    November 21, 2017
  • New Release: Ch’aska Punku by Sami Brothers

    Today, September 20, 2017 the Sami Brothers, Alex & Madhu, release there 2nd studio album, Ch’aska Punku. Ch’aska Punku means Star Portal in Quechua, a language of the high Andean indigenous peoples, and refers to…

    September 20, 2017
  • Solar Eclipse Myths From Around the World

    On Aug. 21, the moon will pass between the Earth and the sun, casting much of its dark shadow over the United States. People around the world and through time have come up with…

    August 16, 2017
  • Celebrate Sustainable Palo Santo This Earth Day

    Protection for Holy Wood: Palo Santo If you are an aficionado of aromatic Palo Santo incense or essential oil, you are probably aware that although the trees grow in various parts of the dry…

    April 17, 2017
  • How We Measure Our Ponchos

    Ponchos are unconstructed garments, meaning they are not fitted to a particular shape: neither do they have arms. The fit of the poncho is meant to be loose, but the garment can be short…

    March 23, 2017
  • Ways to Honor Spring Equinox

    With new growth abound And life all around I embrace the changes in me That Mother Nature has helped me to see The first official moments of Spring will happen today. All over the…

    March 20, 2017
  • Tibetan Incense

    When you hear the phrase “Tibetan Incense,” it could be referring to any number of incense types made mostly in Buddhist communes in the Indian and Chinese Himalayas, Nepal, Bhutan, Japan, Taiwan and parts…

    March 17, 2017